The University of Michigan Podiatry Research Fellowship in Limb Preservation, Wound Care, and Diabetes Related Lower Extremity Complications is designed to train the next generation of leaders in academic podiatric medicine. The fellowship involves all areas of clinical medicine, with an emphasis on research, and patient populations at risk for limb loss. The program is a two-year program that includes clinical and research areas.
Our team consists of five podiatrists:
- Crystal Holmes, DPM, CWS, Podiatry Program Director
- Michael Munson, DPM, Podiatry Research Fellowship Program Director
- Sari Priesand, DPM
- Gary Rothenberg, DPM, CWS
- Brian Schmidt, DPM
- James Wrobel, DPM, MS
University of Michigan’s reputation should be part of your decision:
- U.S. News & World Report ranks University of Michigan as the #4 Top Public School
- QS world ranking rates University of Michigan as the #1 Public University in the U.S. and #23 University overall in the world
- Forbes magazine ranks Ann Arbor, Michigan as the #1 Most Educated City
- Livability ranks Ann Arbor as the #8 most livable city
Our first graduating fellow has been retained as faculty and was hired as an Assistant Professor (versus a lecturer). Our faculty/mentors are dedicated to helping you achieve your goals whether they are to be retained at the university or relocation to another institution. Building your professional career, helping navigate the path to the next step in your podiatric academic career, and professional development are part of our curriculum and something our entire team is dedicated to providing. Your research project can be designed for further career success and continued once a fellow graduates from the program, even if the collaboration is outside University of Michigan. Our faculty operate as career advisors and mentors in helping our fellows to achieve their goals.